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    • Centre has joined the initiative for assessing the constitutionality of the Article 128 of the Law on Electronic Communications

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    • Date: 24 September 2010

      Draft Law on Electronic Communications that is currently before the adoption contains a provision according to which "mobile phone operator has an obligation to keep electronic communications data for the purpose of investigating, detecting crimes and conduct of criminal proceedings", as well as to store (keep) the retained data for 12 months". In addition, no independent oversight body can not control the actions of the state authorities. This is why nine civil society organizations, including the Belgrade Centre for Security Policy, sent a letter to the Ombudsman in order to initiate the procedure for assessing the constitutionality of the Law on Electronic Communications. Centre is joining the view that insiting on the implementation of this article clearly opens the possibility for violations of the rights and freedoms of citizens of Serbia and creates space for the complete arbitrariness of the security services.

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